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  • Make safety a priority with the OSHA Top 5

    Make safety a priority with the OSHA Top 5

    Take a look at the top 5 OSHA violations in 2016 in order to avoid accidents and make safety a focus for your team.

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  • Where's our workforce? Here's the top (and bottom) states for construction unemployment

    Where's our workforce? Here's the top (and bottom) states for construction unemployment

    Construction unemployment continues its spring decline as projects are underway. Check out the top and bottom states for construction unemployment.

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  • Industrial construction continues to thrive as vacancy hits 17-year low

    Industrial construction continues to thrive as vacancy hits 17-year low

    The overall industrial construction pipeline continues to grow, up 29 percent from Q4 2016. JLL's Q1 Industrial Outlook takes a look at what is driving construction.

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  • United States Construction Perspective | Q3 2016

    United States Construction Perspective | Q3 2016

    Our Q3 U.S. Construction Outlook explores the current state of the construction industry and expectations for the coming months. Specifically, we take a look at how economic risk, labor shortages and

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  • Bigger piece of pie in the South: Contractors’ future work demand growing

    Bigger piece of pie in the South: Contractors’ future work demand growing

    The national average of 8.5 “backlog months” remains unchanged compared to Q2 last year

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  • Back to school? Education construction skipping class since ‘09

    Back to school? Education construction skipping class since ‘09

    Even though education only makes up 7% of all construction, trends show that the industry is still lagging well behind

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  • Retail renovation drives a 24% increase in retail construction

    Retail renovation drives a 24% increase in retail construction

    As other sectors experience a slowdown in growth, retail construction is still going strong as retailers continue to update the customer experience in hopes to bring customers in-store.

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  • What's next for construction?

    What's next for construction?

    Despite concerns, the United States construction industry saw a strong first quarter, with projections of steady, albeit lower level, growth in Q2.

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  • U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q1 2016)

    U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q1 2016)

    The U.S. construction industry saw a strong start to 2016 despite global economic uncertainty.

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  • Commercial construction starts climbed 18% from February to March

    Commercial construction starts climbed 18% from February to March

    he construction sector added 37,000 jobs in March, which is the largest gain so far this year.

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  • Glass prices soar as supply decreases

    Glass prices soar as supply decreases

    As starts skyrocket, so do glass prices; curtain-wall prices have risen more than 30 percent in the past 18 months, as previously shuttered glass manufacturers struggle to keep up with demand.

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  • What does 2016 hold for construction?

    What does 2016 hold for construction?

    Todd Burns, PDS President at JLL, recently spoke with Building Design + Construction about the future of construction. 2015 was a banner year, so will 2016 be the same?

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  • Construction spending hit highest level in 8 years

    Construction spending hit highest level in 8 years

    2015 was a banner year for post-recession construction activity

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  • U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q4 2015)

    U.S. construction trends and outlook (Q4 2015)

    Three trends are leading to construction growth slowing in 2016: The upcoming election, the Fed increasing interest rates and labor wages.

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  • 2016: Will construction costs continue to rise?

    2016: Will construction costs continue to rise?

    A combination of China’s faltering economy and a glut of some key materials inputs have led to a drop in materials costs, which will continue into 2016, as the world economy continues to sputter

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  • U.S. Construction Perspective Q3 2015

    U.S. Construction Perspective Q3 2015

    Construction activity is shifting nationwide as manufacturing and retail companies make efforts to modernize, create more just-in-time shipping locations and link operations digitally.

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  • Life sciences construction update

    Life sciences construction update

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  • Glass prices rising along with new skyscrapers

    Glass prices rising along with new skyscrapers

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  • US Construction Activity

    US Construction Activity

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  • Universities spending on new campus construction

    Universities spending on new campus construction

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